SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS & ORDER CHECKLIST

Use the following checklist to determine your requirements when ordering your GFORCE Impact Monitoring System.

Minimum system requirements: G-Link Software

  • 1.8GHz processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later/Windows 7
  • USB port


GFORCE 1:

  • GFORCE 1 Impact Monitors - one per vehicle
  • DISARM keys - one per supervisor recommended; your dealer will assist you in determining how many are required for your installation
  • PROGRAM keys - one set


GFORCE 2:

  • GFORCE 2 Impact Monitors - one per vehicle
  • GFORCE 2 software (G-Link) and instruction manual - one per location
  • GFORCE 2Key Interface Unit - one for each computer
  • DISARM keys - one per supervisor plus one for maintenance purposes recommended; your dealer will assist you in determining how many are required for your installation
  • PROGRAM keys - your dealer will assist you in determining how many you will require for your installation
  • OPERATOR keys - one per operator plus a few extra recommended (note: each Impact Monitor is shipped with one OPERATOR key)


GFORCE 3:GForce Key Interface Unit

  • GFORCE 3 Impact Monitors - one per vehicle
  • GFORCE 3 software (G-Link) and instruction manual - one per location
  • GFORCE 3 Key Interface Unit - one for each computer
  • DISARM keys - one per supervisor plus one for maintenance purposes recommended; your dealer will assist you in determining how many are required for your installation
  • PROGRAM keys - your dealer will assist you in determining how many you will require for your installation
  • OPERATOR keys - one per operator plus a few extra recommended (note: each Impact Monitor is shipped with one OPERATOR key)
  • DATA keys - your dealer will assist you in determining how many you will require for your installation


Built in 105dB horn provides the following benefits:

  • Reduced Impact Monitor installation time
  • Easier installation than vehicle service horn
  • Cost of horn generally recovered by reduction of installation time
  • Distinctive sound that clearly identifies vehicles in alarm
  • Reduced wear and tear on vehicle service horn
  • OEMs prefer the use of an auxiliary horn
  • Avoids disabling of vehicle if service horn fails as part of Impact Monitor installation